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The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster (often referred to as just 'Eighties Matchbox') were a rock band from Brighton, England, formed in 1999. The band's sound is and blues-inspired, with wild vocals and deep basslines. They call it psychosis rock.

The band comprised of Guy McKnight, Andy Huxley, Marc Norris, Sym Gharial, and Tom Diamantopoulo, until May 2005, in which Andy Huxley "decided to leave due to a decrease in musical similarities" and was replaced by Rich Fownes. Marc and… read more

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  • The legendary firestarters [artist]The Prodigy[/artist] have covered B-Line's 'Rise of the Eagles' from 'The Royal Society' :DDD #TheDayIsMyEnemy
  • New photos posted on their FB page - would be nice to see these guys playing together again, as EMBLD or otherwise.
  • Everything before "Blood and Fire" lmao - i heard one song from that album lol no thanks... Horse of the Dog and Royal Society are wicked! timeless
  • So emotional, so heartbreaking, so rock-n-roll, incredible
  • "Count The Voices" - brilliant song.
  • Ja.
  • Hello! Did anyone heard of such songs as: All Rise, Get Lost, Make Me Feel Good, Remember The Years, Rude, Sing, Stomper, Year Of The Rock And Roll School, Vendetta, Seaford Song, Sister, iKnow? It mentioned here http://drownedinsound.com/directory/artists/The_Eighties_Matchbox_B_Line_Disaster/bio/Wikipedia And the lyrics for iKnow mentioned here http://www.lyricsmania.com/iknow_lyrics_eighties_matchbox_b-line_disaster_the.html ....???
  • just watching this film shaun of the dead and they used "Mister mental" in one of the scenes... awesome to hear!
  • good
  • Dammit Eighties Matchbox >:(

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